How to use _get_imported_path_from_statement method in avocado

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...76 level = 077 for _ in range(level - 1):78 path = os.path.dirname(path)79 return path80 def _get_imported_path_from_statement(self, statement):81 """Returns the imported path, from absolute or relative import."""82 abs_path_of_module_dir = os.path.abspath(os.path.dirname(self.path))83 imported_path = self._get_adjusted_path_for_level(84 statement, abs_path_of_module_dir85 )86 if getattr(statement, "module", None) is not None:87 # Module has a name, so its path is absolute, and not relative88 # to the directory structure89 module_path = statement.module.replace(".", os.path.sep)90 imported_path = os.path.join(imported_path, module_path)91 return imported_path92 def add_imported_symbol(self, statement):93 """94 Keeps track of symbol names and importable entities...

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